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Hey Kids, Squirt here to introduce Dr. Tamara Frank!

Listen as she talks about the largest migration on the planet, her work with DEEPEND, and how she struggled to break into the marine biology world! She is part of our crustacean team that studies animals like crabs, lobsters, crayfish, shrimp and krill.

Below are some of the images of crustaceans we've pulled up with our MOCNESS during our research cruises!






Did you have any questions for Dr.Frank?

Leave them in the comments below!



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Hey Kids! Squirt here with more exciting updates from the Gulf of Mexico!

So every now and again, a Hatchetfish comes up in the nets that just shimmers with color. The colors seem to stand out and pop with the flash of a camera. I think that the photophores and the colors on the surface of these fish are some of the most beautiful things I have ever seen! This is the lower photophore set on a Hatchetfish.





Some detail with Cocco's lanternfish. The photophores are beautiful in this deep water species!




Some very cool larval crustaceans coming up in the nets. These individuals came up between 200m depth and the surface!



If you have any questions feel free to leave them in the comments below!


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Hey Kids! Squirt here to talk about blind lobsters! 



Blind lobsters spend their larval (baby) stage in the water column. Once they mature to a specific stage, they begin to sink through the water column. As adults they live on the sea floor. DEEPEND scientists are still running tests in their labs to see what these lobsters look like as adults! Stay tuned! 

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